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'i?K II *4*~ji&i£iSfju£ll^:--.. lauIfee-Hanson Nuptials Saturday The home of Mr. and Mrs. M. C. lulke, 1102 Belmont avenue, was the |ne of a pretty wedding onSatur evening when Gall Maude, their |est 'daughter, became the bride of in Thomas 'Hanson,' son of Mr. and H. J. Hanson of Veblen, S. 3». 8v. George Henry of the ty. E. Burch performed the ceremony at S t-lccK before an Improvised altar of pis and smilax, flanked with yellow white chrysanthemums and "tall nedral candles. tiss .Mabel Seim sang "At Dawn by Cadman, and for a wedding irch Miss Laura Myhre sounded the idal chorus. Little Jean Brown, iwer girl, scattered petals in the Jde's pathway, and ribbons forming aisle for the bridal party were fetched by Misses Ruth Gaulke, Inevieve Void, Marjorie Kavanaugh, Imilla Rierson, Marsha Crabbe and Ira Disbrow. Carl E. Movius and Smeron McKay, the groom's fra fnity brothers, were the ushers, "rhe bride entered with her father, jio gave her in marriage. Her wed |ig gown was fashioned of white in crepe with side cascades of lantilly lace, ifer tulle veil, which ^ng to the hem of her gown, was light with a wreath of orange blos is. She carried a shower bouquet brides' roses and bouvardia.' Miss ibeth Gaulke, as her sister's maid honor, wore an old rose, talteta |ck and carried Russell roses. Clif rd Danielson, a fraternity brother of groom, was best man. Ln informal reception followed the lemony and in the dining room, here Mrs. G. A. Abbott presided, a jffet supper was served. Misses Vera __Jfsbrow and Imogene Perry poured. i«*Mr. and Mrs. Hanson left an Sun ®By to make their home in Thomp SpNi, N. D., where the groom is prin cipal of the school this winter. He is •SSgraduate of the state university 4l)d a former North Dakota football jejtptain. His fraternity is Sigma Chi. tSjThe bride, who is also a North Da iWAta graduate, is a member of the jwfrlta Gamma sorority and Phi Beta SjgKpim society. Irs. H. J. Reisland of Missoula, int., an aunt of the bride: Miss lily Hanson of Veblen. S. D., the »om's sister, and a number of sor jSjjtv .sisters of the bride were out of ^n guests at the wedding. SftMiss Lydla O'Brien, principal of th8 Sjfciimbolt, Minn., school, was the fflfeanlSgiving guest cf friends in East JJtefanJ Forks. Miss O'Brien formerly SEtade her home in East Grand Porks m* this -city. Win CUT FLOWERS -s For Any Occasion FUNERAL DESIGNS Made on Short Notice We are alive night and day bos* 589-W Sight Call 66S-K Grand Forks Floral Co. Seadiag Florlsta |13 BaKers An Grand Forks E& ESit'To WOMEN All news Information lot the women's page of the morning edl ^ttoni of The Herald should be In the hands of the edlt-~ of that page' [before, frvo'clock LI. the evening. After that hour DO Hems will b* (accepted for publication on the women's page in the morning edition T.of the following d«r. BUCK LACE MAKES THIS PINNER GOWN wmr. By Eloisc. Lace will always be the fabric for gowns for dress wear. At least lace will always stand for luxury, good taste andJ fineness in dress. From ancient times laces have meant love ly robes and costly garments. Al though during the past generation or two offer fabrics have rather routed lace from first place, it is not because the modern machine-made frock is too poorly made and roughly handled to use real lace. Real lace frocks, however, are just as valued now as they ever w-sre. They are making a strong bid for first place as dinner frocks this season. Pictured here is a lovely straight line dinner frock of black Chantilly lace made over a black satin foundation. An in teresting touch of color is added by the flaming red poppy at the girdle. A long waistline and upper arm cov ering. which is in no way a sleeve, are notable features of the g6wn. The armholes and neckline are bound in satin. 7"he Entre Nous club met this aft ernoon in the home of Mrs. A. W. Dennis, 902 Walnut street. "Phe club members answered roll call to the question "What Have I to Be Thank ful for?" Domestic topics were dis cussed in interesting manner in Beautiful New BLOUSES Just In The Very Nqwest Styles SEE THEM Note-—the latest sleeve effects Note—the exquisite colors The materials are satins, geor gettes, crepe, also combination of satin and georgette. Moderately Priced 31 DeMers Ave. XMAJ CHRDX If Call In and Make Your mSeledUdk NM :"I ga pers presented by Mrs. C. L. Ia Masuer, Mrs. J. E. Hetherington "and Mrs. L. C. Harrington. '.id While Our Stock Is Complete III?** '!MWttSttnjg'-:our Xmas cards we select small of each tfumbtr. This gives you ^tfcejidvintaf« of purchasing the ^ntire lot of *"one design so Ifiat' your ca^ds will be exclusive: STATIONERY" DEPT^" ,'' ,' ms- Storie fciyCarlysleH. Hple6mb SILKY, JXJMPS FOR A RABBltfJ? \. RUtf— !0\ "Well Sir," said Silky, the money^M) Three Legs, the Muskrat, "if the King of the Forest goes to the great jungles of the far-away forest I shall go to&. You don't think that 1 will stay here, da youi?" I 'You. have no business going with the King everywhere he goes. If the King takes anyone ha will take' one of I the forest' dwellers who live here, this I isn't your home anyway, you came from the lanfl far South and here yju are trying to tell me that you ktrtjw more about what the King of the For est ife going to do than I do who Uav.e lived, here all of my- natural life.-/1 know the King will not take you with "I don't know who gave you So much "knowledge. I1- suppose you think that the King will take you.'JJfe-"1 would be a funny King to take such,a -fellow as you ,are along. You are even afraid to travel by day If, he took you along he would have to do all of h'.s traveling-by night. Then he coiildn't see anything. That would be $."flne way to 'travel." think if he takes anyone from the forest he will take me," this was the voice of Jack, the Rabbit. "The King is a friend of mine." "Well, of all things! The King take a helpless rabbit. I never heard of such a thing in all my life before. Whj would the King want to take a fellow who could not even climb, a tree?-' Then Silky laughed "Well, 1 can run faster than any'of the creatures of the foi'est. ], can jump into the briar pat^h and no orie, noe even Red Fox can find me. I think a fellow must know something more'than to climb a tree." "You talk about running, can catch you any(where. youi can't run halfi so fast as you think. I can catch you before you ever think of Jumping into the«briar patch. If you don't be lieve it just you go ahead and I'i. catch you right now. You are no run ner. You just think that because you can fool Red Fox sometimes, that ypu can fool me and some of the otner folks. You wouldn't last' long, in the land of Jungles." "If you think you are. so smart. NEWS NOTES The first European movie star has arrived in Hollywood on a "reciprocity visit." For the past few months American ifilmrcelebrittes have been flocking to Europe and so it is not surprising to find at least one English film star in the American motion jip ture center. She is Alma Taylor, said to be the most popular star'of England and oft en referred to as the "British Mary Pickford." Miss Taylor will study American movie production during her stay here. At present she is ob serving in the Marshall Neilan studios in Hollywood and she claims she is learning much from that well-known American producer. GOSSIPY BITS.' Announcement that Mary Pickford and Douglas Fairbanks will co-star In a picture'which they are now mak ing plans to produce in England, has just-been made by, A. C. Berman, gen eral manager of the United Artists' corporation, who. has just retuined from a consultation with the stars in Paris. Work on the picture is to start early in January, it is reported. Rex Ingram and Alice Terry, who has played.the lead in his productions, were quietly married at a historic Spanish house in Pasadena, Cal., by the pastor of the Hollywood Metho dist church. Their honeymoon Will probably be spent abroad. Norma TalAiadge's arrival In Los Angeles, where she is scheduled to make her future pictures, will be a no.table event. Among those at the depot to meet her will be the mayor of Los Angeles, the city council and various world-wide film celebrities. Before starting his new picture sift er his return from Europe, Charles Chaplin has gone for an outing trip into the California mountains with a party of friends. A five-yean contract, by the terms of which he will become a star, is about to be signed by Rudolph Val- In the lower auditorium of the First Lutheran church next Thurs day, the annual Christmas sale of the Ladies' aid and Priscilla sewing cir cle will be held. Needlework and candy will be among the articles -of fered, A committee will serve re freshments throughout, the sale hours, jjf Mrs. Howard E. Simpson fcave an interesting talk at the Sunday night vesper 'service in the Y. M. C. A. A vocal selection was contributed by jMni*'®. W. Buckingham, JrT, and at the' close of the program tea 'was served by the young women of Mrs. F. A. Cameron's Sunday school class of the M,.E. church. A The Women's Catholic Order of Foresters will have a social meeting on Tuesday afternoon in the home of Mrs.- Fred Huard, Riverside Park. Mesdames E. Smith and L. J. Lumas will assist the hostess during the aft ernoon and cards will be the diver sion. .All ladies of the order are ln vitedL j|r Plahs are being rounded. Into shape for'the annual holiday bazaar which the Baptist Ladies' Aid wi'l conduct -next Wednesday afternoon. Tables of useful and pretty ornaments, nov elties and articles of needlework and home cooking will be offered for Bale and during the sale hours, a. light lunch will be served. .* 'V The Christmas sale of the Plymouth Congregational church guild will be held on Thursday from to 6i30 o'clock. All women of the city who are making preparations for Christ mas are invited to at&nd" the sue. A light supper will be served ^7. /*.- A rtgular meeting of the Univer sity Facility Wives' club was he'd 'this afternoon in the Women's leacue room/t from 3 to 6 o'clock, Mesdames G. A^. Abbott atad -A. D. Bush actfng 4* hd*teases. .• GRAND FORKS HERALD, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1021. SUky, the Monkey, went after him at top speed. just you try to catch me right now, I'll show you that there is something in my brains beside something In my legs." Then Jack.^the Rabbit, started to run as fast ps'he could. Silky, the Monkey, went after him at top speed. Jack turned the cor ners ai\d Silky could hardly keep track of him. He jumped over lops and around trees and through th6 bushes and. at times Silky lost sight'of him. H(5 .had aei-eed to do something that was a bigger task than he thought. He piiade a gr!at effort any way. and at lfyst he thought of what why, 1 the King had said about Jack running in a circle so he waited for him apd thought he would spring out and catch him as he came along. Suddenly he saw the grass move' and he thought it was Jack. He sprang and held tight to the fellow till he discovered to his sorrow that it was Major Pol? Cat Instead of Jack, the Uabbit. Then he ran for the river. Tomorrow-^—Silky Practices the' Golden Rnlc. FRO* MOVIELAND mm I ft 'M: :From 3 to 5 o'clock ori ihieeiisy, Acacia chapter, Orijer of Eastern Star, will give a SUv*r tea. MwdajSes .Ei. A« BjWeth, Henry JfMness, GeOrSe Bally, O. A. Anderson F.' A. Slt, will be- the hostesses and tH(y will serve refreshment* at the of'ai^l^onnal afternoon. .. r}w The Business and Professional men's club will hold a rsrular m«0t l»r this evening -in the cr merclal cltib rooms, M1m Knox presiding. The meeting a supper at «»». o'clo ctfts evenlng th« "8" tbe dub will provide enteitalnzqex! Mias Alma Taylor. entino with Lasky. He has just fin ished playing opposite Dorothy Dal ton in "Moran of the ^ady Letty." On cbmpletion of the production he Is now directing at the Jnce studios, John Griffith Wray expects to take a yachting cruise down the coast of Mexico and Central America. While away from the studio he will also complete J,he legitimate stage play he is writing. A number of the Kappa Alpha Theta. sorority alumnae who spent the week-end in the city, left Sunday night .for their homes. Others left this naming. These young women were among the guests who were here and they caime to attend the annual sorority. Christmas, sale and matinee dance In the Guild hall Saturday: Misses Donna Fornker of Wahpeton, Lucille Tombs of Valley City, Ruth Hoover of ISdgeley, Rdth Soule of Thief River Fal's, Ada Soule of Crookston, Ruby Crotheip of Egland, Ada Qlson of Velya, Theresa Tombs, Dorothy .Hutchinson of LaMouro, Frances Mahon of Langdon, Marjorie Bell of Valley City, Ida Rand of Perth, Margaret Loughlin of Milton and Margaret Dow, also of Milton. s|c s|c -S|E Miss Maude Case.' traveling secre tary of the national Delta Gamma sor. orlty, .Who has. been a guest of Alpha Theta chapter for several .days, ex pects to leave tonight for her home in Minneapolis. Miss Case Is an alumna of Lambda chapter of Delta Gammia sprority'.at Minnesota.'' Miss Evelyn Swenson, Grand Forks county nurse, returned on Sunfny night from Hlllaboro, N. D., where she spent Thanksgiving with, her par ents,, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Swenaon. On Tuesday, night In the audlttorluin of St. Mary'a church, a card .4)arty will be given by a. committee of men In the parish., Thft,• game will _be grand nola and there will be prises' offered for high score, .-with refresh ments a the closing ^feature of the evening. In charge,.b( the party are Robert'Hughes, Ralph-J. Lynch, Ken neth Norinan, M. W. .Mu,rray,. Sill L'Esporance, W. V. O'Connor, Alex ander McDonald and J. Poupor'e. :*•. .*/ .. This December -meeting of the Thursday- Musical club Is to be held on Friday, December 9, In this,audi torium df the -Firsf^ Presbyterian church and will be in the nature/of a Christmas party^'tHth'a' short ap propriate pkogramf Miss Valerie V. .Sherlock With Mrs G. W: Biicking- iiam -assisting lias' the meeting In ha "'j E S S A I N 'Bml iuSdTlaltfnc. MRS. A. T. STINSON 407 DeMers-Ave, Fbone tltW Among the aorort(y returned for the bacaar and to Spend Thanksgiving with friends in Grand Forks are Misses Donna Fornkfer of Wahpeton, Lucille Tombs of Valley City. Ruth Hoover of Edgeley, Ruth Soule of Thief River Falls, Ada Soule of Crookston, Ruby Crothers of Ef -and Ada. Olson of VelVa, Thersa Tombs,' Dorothy Hutchinson, of La moure, Frances Mahon of Langdon, Marjorie Ball of Valley City, Ida Rand of Perth, Margaret Lpughlin of Mil ton 'and Margaret Dow also of Milton. The Theta alumnae held a supper Next to Herald Bldg. '•ft-.: V, The Stout Woman Needs Foot Support qpHE stout woman needs every aid of'smart, help&it wearing ap pare! that wBl enhance her comfort and add to her apps iradco fThe foot that bears additional weghtneeds assistance in maintaintnf Its shapely contour and. to prevent aches and pams that always corns liooner or later from strain. *SfecfJmm£kQMfaa*)Vm6k9)fr 1 An Ease-All has been built right to the mode, in ultra style ttyt fe ives the arch die support which stout women need. A double strength invisible arch raises the bones of the foot the "bandaged brace" formed by long fitted counters, also invisible, aids the functioning and strength ening of foot muscles. The "combination last" guarantees glove-like fit. Ease-Alls assist the stout'woman to comfort and Correct style. Sold by Rand Bros. Sloe Co :f:. .?• -w 'nt /,* ,iv fjaturday night latf seven o'clock in the Arman Tea rooms. On'Saturday noon the active members |Of the sorority gave a luncheon In honor of the visit ors at the «sj»aptet house at 12:30 o'clock. On Saturday night's calendar the annual Freshnrmh-Sophomore party was fmong the most interesting so vial affairs. It was given in the Universi ty gymnasium during the Nhours from eight to eleven o'clock. The mem bers of the. Freshman class were guests of the Sophomore kit the party. ^1.:^ ,s OUTFITTERS FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY We want to thaqk the public for their generous response to the sale which wev have just closed—we find now that there are many broken lines in every depart ment, therefor^ for one week— There wiU be a REMARKABLE This sale will enable you to buy LadiesGents\ At such price? that will bewilder ypu Drop In At This Sale Fpr Ladies' and isSes' Men's and Boys' v! *.*: ™nr7"'WsN 5 EVENING EDITION. Ruth Adelaide is the name, chosen by Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Hewitt, 627 North Fourth street, for their in fant' daughter, born Saturday morn ing, November 26.. Miss Ruth Joy Owen left this morn ing for St. •Hllaire, Minn., following a Thanksgiving visit at her home in this city/ Miss 0*en is teaching at St. Hllaire.: The Island of Formosa owntd by Japan, has a world monopoly of cajn phor. i' THE X-*AT CIMUBl. Ko. 1—A double steel invisible support, built Into tb« ahajik, llfttnr the arch of the foot te Its natural position No. 2—The long, strong, flttei Invisible counters along eaea side of the shoe. forming a "bandaged brace" of sup»«rt the root Ho. Narrow heel-humrln* feature which makes a. "combl* natln^ last." preVmtlnc slipping —giving solid comfort. 'b,. m. 9 South 3rd Street $ yrf ?V.v '1 '"..1 drnxshin^s M«mber of the FamltV' ':.!'? 5 t*- Sff 5 •it a ^1 I y. I •W •J B.-. •if,'.. h-.sa 1- -.